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Museum Committee


The Museum Committee provides a bridge between scholars and arts professionals in the academic and museum fields. It offers a forum for the discussion of issues of mutual interest and promotes museum advocacy issues within CAA. The committee lends support and mentorship for both seasoned and emerging professionals to protect and interpret the arts within museums.

Current Projects

The Museum Committee’s current projects include conducting a survey of museum-affiliated CAA members to assess how the committee can better serve their interests, and working on a broader CAA initiative encouraging museums to share images of works in their collections to scholars free of charge. The committee also serves an advocacy role in museum-deaccession issues and connects with two CAA affiliated societies, the Association of Art Museum Curators and the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, when appropriate.

Committee Members

Jeffrey Abt, Wayne State University, Chair (2017)
Jill Deupi, Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami (2018)
Laura Flusche, Museum of Design Atlanta (2019)
Judy Hoos Fox, c2-curatorsquared (2019)
Ivan Gaskell, Bard Graduate Center (2018)
Anne Collins Goodyear, Bowdoin College Museum of Art (ex officio)
Antoinette (Toni) Guglielmo, Getty Leadership Institute at Claremont Graduate University (2017)
Saadia N. Lawton, CAA Staff Liaison (ex officio)
Anne Manning, Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (2017)
Leslee Katrina Michelsen, Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar (2017)
Anne-Imelda Radice, The Folk Art Museum, CAA Board Liaison (ex officio)
Elizabeth Rodini, Johns Hopkins University (2019)
N. Elizabeth Schlatter, University of Richmond Museums (2017)
Celka Straughn, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas (2017)

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